WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)–“It was horrifying, it was surprising it was disappointing,” Michelle Kayser stated. “It’s actually onerous to take.”
Kayser reacted Monday to President Trump’s ninety-day momentary immigration ban on seven nations, together with Sudan, the place her fiancé’s household is from.
Mohamed Suliman says his mother and father got here from Sudan to America in 1987. He spent most of his life in West Hartford, the place he met Michelle. They’re set to be married within the final week of April, however not everybody will be capable of attend.
“We have now one of many groomsman who is meant to be coming to the marriage, has a Sydney’s passport and sadly it seems to be like will be unable to make it,” Suliman stated.
The story of Muhamed and Michelle is one among younger love.
They each met at King Philip Center Faculty in seventh grade. They actually hit it off, after which they went their separate methods by way of highschool and school, reuniting once more three years in the past and falling in love.
“We hope that we will someway treatment this by spreading as a lot love as we will and making an attempt to make individuals really feel unified,” Muhamed stated. “Whether or not they’re from a unique tradition, and that’s sort of what we would like our wedding ceremony to be about, is the unification of cultures.”